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Strengthening the Government Capacities to Respond to the COVID -19 For the Migrants in Nepal


This intervention supported to manage temporary latrine with bathing cubicles for women and contactless handwashing station for upgrading the hygiene status of quarantine centers. The main goal of the project was to make sure that the people in quarantine centers have safe and dignified treatment and adequate information about COVID-19, GBV, hygiene practices for controlling the spread of COVID-19 and have sense of protection during their stay in the quarantine centers.

Project Duration: 15 June to 31 July 2020
Project Objective: To save life of migrant workers arriving at the quarantine center with dignity.
Funding Partner: Qatar Charity Nepal, Islamic Relief Nepal, Start Network Fund
Target Area: Rajpur, Paroha, Ishnath and Dewahi Gonahi Municipalities of Rautahat district.
Total Staffs: 7 staffs

Key Achievement

  1. In COVID-19 quarantine/isolations total 20 temporary latrines with bathing cubicles constructed for easy access to sanitation facilities and hygiene maintenance in the quarantine centers.
  2. Total 53 contactless hand washing station installed in quarantine centers for the proper hand hygiene of 2500 people.
  3. In quarantine 2283 people received sets of hygiene kit directly whereas 1117 Hygiene kits has handed over to respective municipalities. Total 3400 Hygiene kits has been distributed to people for hygiene promotion at different quarantine centers of Rautahat district.
  4. Total 132 women and adolescence girls received sets of dignity kit for menstrual hygiene management during quarantine.
  5. Total 150 frontline health workers received PPE set to provide service in quarantine.
  6. Total 32 quarantine centers were supported to maintain safe, hygiene and healthy environment for the migrant returnees through providing set of other WASH materials including Bucket-2, Mug-2, Floor cleaner-2, Piyush 240 ml-25.
  7. Awareness raising activities were carried to vulnerable people on COVID-19 prevention, GBV, hygiene practices to control further spread of COVID-19 and have sense of protection though radio jingles, postures and information sharing in the vulnerable communities.
  8. COVID-19 response updates were shared in district level government and palika officials and need based coordination and collaboration were done.

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